Handbooks and manuals

Community follow up workshop facilitation guide for orientation of community leaders

Community Follow-up Workshop Facilitation Guide prepared by the consortium of InterAide and Engineers Without Borders Canada (EWB) in Phalombe District, Malawi. This is a guide that facilitators used during community follow-up workshops in Phalombe, which involved Village headmen, Natural Leaders (from various village structures) as well as the respective Health Surveillance Assistants (HSAs). It provides facilitation techniques, examples and tips for conducting a follow-up workshop for community members.

Date: 30 May 2012
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Training Guide for CLTS Facilitators (Uganda)

This manual intends to guide community facilitators in promoting the CLTS approach for improved sanitation and ensuing benefits. The handbook outlines the background to CLTS as well as its potential in bringing about positive behaviour and enumerates a step by step guide to promoting CLTS. It is hoped that this handbook will inspire trainers, practitioners, managers and policy-makers to ensure high standards of preparation, facilitation and follow up support; and that it will discourage target oriented approaches which degenerate into counting latrines and meeting targets for their construction, instead of assessing with rigorous standards the numbers of communities that truly achieve ODF status.

Date: 27 July 2011
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Training of Trainer’s Manual (Uganda)

This training guide, developed by the Ministry of Health, WSP and Plan is for master trainers/trainers of CLTS trainers who are leading workshops on CLTS for district and community trainers and facilitators. The manual is designed to lead master trainers through sessions on different topics by providing insight into CLTS methodologies, participatory activities and key messages for each session.

Date: 27 July 2011
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Adoption of CLTS: Guidance for programming of CLTS in Tearfund-supported projects

These Guidelines, based on Tearfund’s early experience of CLTS and taking into account the experiences of other organisations which have implemented CLTS, are intended to assist Tearfund partners and Disaster Management Teams in robust programming of CLTS, particularly in addressing the issues of environmentally and physically safe sanitation systems, and the issue of achieving safe sanitation systems equitably throughout a community
following a CLTS campaign.

Date: 12 August 2010
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